Philip Pullman unveils his own new weekly comic serial, The Adventures Of John Blake

Philip Pullman spent his childhood in thrall to the weekly delivery of the Eagle, Wizard and Beano. Now he unveils his own new weekly comic serial, The Adventures Of John Blake

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